Source: David Hollywood

11 Irish couples that will give you serious relationship goals

So much goals.
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IRISH COUPLES KNOW how to do it.

1. These badass newlyweds

Dubliners David Rearon and Zara Johnston came across some vikings in Wicklow so took a wedding photo they won’t forget.

Source: David Hollywood

2. This inspirational pair that prove you’re never too old to find love

Source: Humans of Dublin

The couple’s photo, shared on the Humans of Dublin Facebook page is captioned:

“What’s the secret to a long lasting relationship?”

“Don’t ask me, we’re a fresh couple, we’re together only six months!”

“May I ask how you met?”

“On a holiday in the Bahamas. We both missed the bus back to the village!”

3. This pair of stylish lovebirds

4. This couple in Boyle who stopped their wedding to but a bet on the Grand National

Source: boldeelox

5. The fairytale photo taken of one of the first same sex marriages in Ireland

Wayne Dough and DJ O’Hanlon’s amazing wedding photography at Harvey’s Point in Donegal was taken just after same-sex marriage was written into law in Ireland. It soon went viral, and for good reason.

Source: Paul McGinty, Ghorm Photography

6. This couple who did a photoshoot with their puppy

Constantly being asked when a baby is on the way? Make like Abby and Matt and let everyone know your baby is your dog.

Source: Elisha Minnette

Source: Elisha Minnette

Source: Elisha Minnette

Source: Elisha Minnette

All images via Elisa Minnette photography.

7. This couple who met on Irish Rail

Geraldine McCauley and Ciaran O’Keeffe met on the Coolmine platform in 2013, and are soon to be married. Read the full story here. You CAN marry train boy afterall.

8. This couple, and the epic entrance to their wedding reception

9. Or this Donegal couple with similar ideas

11. And finally… this couple who decided to leg it through locusts in Greece… just because

Banter merchants.

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